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#1 McGilli

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Posted 14 September 2012 - 03:32 PM

Got my two M93R's today.

Here are my factory FPS stickers on the boxes.

Anyone else post theirs?

(PS. I know FPS isn't everything - this is just for fun to see whose is the fastest as tested by KWA)

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Posted 15 September 2012 - 06:16 AM

Afaik that's revolution airsoft's doing to get.under fps gun into Canada

//sorry for odd autocorrect words by my phone//

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Posted 15 September 2012 - 08:55 AM

Oh ok. So KWA's sold in the States don't have those stickers?

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Posted 15 September 2012 - 09:06 AM

 McGilli, on 15 September 2012 - 08:55 AM, said:

Oh ok. So KWA's sold in the States don't have those stickers?

Nope. FPS readings come from the retailer and not all of them do it.


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Posted 15 September 2012 - 07:26 PM

McGilli, if you read the Airsoft Canada's Age Verified section you will know what the sticker are all about.
It is used to import for CBSA. Those number are not reliable. Some cases...fabricated. I know what I'm saying are extremely strong words and can cause legal repercussion.
They, retailer are known to put KWA USP Compact at 380fps (I'm sure everyone here knows that is not true for stock form)


For those American viewer that don't understand, here's the info.

In Canada airsoft is NOT classified as a toy, (unless you can clearly tell its fake. For example, clear frame/receiver or grossly out of spec)
it is not classified as a replica, they are listed in the Criminal code as prohibited device
Airsoft is classified as "Uncontrolled firearm" (those street term 'replica' that can shoot projectile inflict "serious bodily harm" but not deadly enough to be considered as a firearm (where license and registration are required)
The current interpration on airsoft gun able to "cause serious bodily harm" is set at 366fps w/ 0.2g bb.
This retailer whom the Original poster purchased from put stickers on the box to make it appear as if it was designed for Canada. Some guns indeed shoot such fps as labeled while others are falsified information.

PS the reason why I put "serious bodily harm" in quotation is because that is written exactly in the criminal code.

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Posted 15 September 2012 - 07:45 PM

McGilli, if you read the Airsoft Canada's Age Verified section you will know what the sticker are all about.
It is used to import for CBSA. Those number are not reliable. Some cases...fabricated. I know what I'm saying are extremely strong words and can cause legal repercussion.
They, retailer are known to put KWA USP Compact at 380fps (I'm sure everyone here knows that is not true for stock form)


For those American viewer that don't understand, here's the info.

In Canada airsoft is NOT classified as a toy, (unless you can clearly tell its fake. For example, clear frame/receiver or grossly out of spec)
it is not classified as a replica, they are listed in the Criminal code as prohibited device
Airsoft is classified as "Uncontrolled firearm" (those street term 'replica' that can shoot projectile inflict "serious bodily harm" but not deadly enough to be considered as a firearm (where license and registration are required)
The current interpration on airsoft gun able to "cause serious bodily harm" is set at 366fps w/ 0.2g bb.
This retailer whom the Original poster purchased from put stickers on the box to make it appear as if it was designed for Canada. Some guns indeed shoot such fps as labeled while others are falsified information.

PS the reason why I put "serious bodily harm" in quotation is because that is written exactly in the criminal code.

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Posted 16 September 2012 - 03:22 PM

Thanks for the information. Being from Canada - I have to admit I really don't know the laws about it. There are many local shops around me that sell Airsoft, and import anything you want. Only about 1/10th of what they sell in shop seems to have the clear body parts.

All I know is Canada doesn't require Airsoft to have orange tips. I guess since they are 'kinda' classified as a weapon?

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 12:53 AM

Mine tested around 385 on the first day of use (fair day and with green gas).  Now it's CQB Legal at 345-355 :D




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